Blog Posts Tagged with "ATM"
February 28, 2012 Added by:Christopher Rodgers
When you swipe your credit or debit card, are you handing over your personal information to criminals? Skimming is a process scammers use to steal credit or debit card information. Scammers use devices called skimmers to accomplish skimming in everyday transactions...
August 19, 2011 Added by:Kelly Colgan
A Florida waitress used a skimmer to steal their credit card information, make new cards and rack up thousands of dollars in charges at Radio Shack and Walmart—all on their dime. The 25-year-old told authorities she targeted customers who she thought treated her poorly by running her around...
July 19, 2011 Added by:Anup Shetty
Hardware tampering on handhelds are tough to crack unless multiple cases lead to the fraudsters. Awareness and regular tracking one's card accounts leads to detection. The next time you swipe your card at a tacky joint that, be sure to be more vigilant on your account...
June 22, 2011 Added by:Robb Reck
We bring in these third party vendors because we trust that they have all the experience and knowledge with a given security product. But they are missing a critical piece: Experience with our systems. No technology solution is complete and ideal for every environment out of the box...
June 22, 2011 Added by:Robert Siciliano
"Customers have already punched in their PINs when they realize the keypad buttons are stuck. The unwitting customers either do not know that they can use the ATM touch screen to finish their transaction, or become nervous when the keypad isn’t working and react by leaving the ATM..."
January 31, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"The thieves remove the card swipe device attached to the outside door, add a skimmer, and then reattach the device to the door. The attackers then place a hidden camera just above or beside the ATM, so that the camera is angled to record unsuspecting customers entering their PINs..."
January 06, 2011 Added by:Headlines
With the new fake ATM keypads, the time between skimming and cashing-in is reduced significantly. The mock keypads are nearly undetectable to the lay person, and transmit PIN data in real time, along with the skimmed card information. Criminals can then immediately begin stealing cash directly from accounts...
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